Grey Fleet Documentation Admin


Did you know? 22% of drivers and 8% of vehicle keepers are currently using out of date documents

The law treats an individual using their own vehicle for work- related purposes the same as a company vehicle

A businesses biggest and most common issue is often their grey fleet management, not knowing whether you have a fully compliant driver pool is an area that poses the greatest risk in work-related road safety.

With TTC DriverProtect you can simplify the way Grey Fleet Documentation is managed.

With this service your business will be able to...


Ensure you are meeting the requirements for your health and safety duty of care and are legally compliant


Provide validation and an audit trail, if investigated by the HSE


Account for all people using their own vehicle for work purposes


Cover all aspects of grey fleet administration

Our process

To ensure the private vehicle used for work purposes is legally compliant.

We do this by:


Conducting an automated DVLA lookup for:

  • MOT certificate
  • Road fund licence taxation

Validating insurance has business class use


Monitoring expiry dates with automated driver reminders


Risk of non-compliance

Mandating an employee’s self declare documentation is not a legally defensible position, nor is how infrequently a personal vehicle is used for a work related journey. If your business does not manage your grey fleet documentation accordingly, you will leave yourself and your people vulnerable to a higher risk of a road traffic incident and prosecution.

Are you Compliant?

Find out if your company could be at risk.

FREE online risk audit

Act now, contact us today and ensure you are legally compliant

TTC DriverProtect is the division of the TTC Group dedicated to fleet road safety, TTC’s end-to-end driver risk management service committed to minimising fleet driver risk and optimising driver-related business performance.

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